On Brexit anniversary, London is “a deeply divided city”

On Saturday, over 50,000 of London’s privileged class marched to Stop Brexit demanding a second referendum.

They call it the People’sVote — forgetting the people already voted.

I joined the march, but given the threats of violence against me by this side, I was disguised as “Joan O’Brian,” staunch Remainer, in a dodgy brunette wig.

What I saw, and heard, was a collective scream of angst against any disruption to their privileged lives in the London bubble.

A London that is deeply divided, as two other massive events that day showed all too well…

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